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but significant of $15 billion in cuts to the defense department which even panetta said would be a calamity and you have --. >>neil: how much of a calamity the congressional budget office says you just let the rates go for the upper income and you keep, avoid most of the cuts, those of medicare and all, you can letsen the blow and it would not be damaging. they are picking and choosing, and the hit could be severe because this isn't like you can pick elements from a solid, it is all or nothing. >>guest: the question is, will they come to terms of a deal? >>guest: speaker boehner struck a conciliatory note but what he meant is what mitt romney was talking about lowering tax rates and eliminating tax loopholes what erskine bowles supported in the "washington post" yesterday, a democrat. and you have senator schumer who noted the conciliatory tone of speaker boehner and he said it was a nonstarter because he will raise taxes on those that make over $250,000. >>neil: say he intends to do that and i am trying to save the nation beside read a prompter but i was trying to find a middle ground. if
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